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I ' » lil Debating Debating is held in high esteem at the Appalachian State Page Sixty -three a^ • fti ^ ^ - . - .^ • * • w • ?t • * • Ft _ _ • flj • « • ft ' fi Teachers College. It is of great practical and cultural value, because it coordinates the analytical and the synthetical abilities to a degree unsurpassed by any other school activity. The habit of open- ^ mindedness formed by surveying both sides of alternative propo- ^ ai sitions develops the fine qualities of good citizenship necessary to Tv. public leadership. It fits for discernment where often moral issues are wrapped up that involve a thousand interlacing strands of right and wrong. With forensic training one becomes tougher in intel- lectual fiber, keener in intellectual interest, and better equipped to battle with the problems of leadership that challenge every college graduate. Those young men and women who apart from their regular studies, band themselves together for intellectual contro- versary with each other and with their friends in other colleges are accorded special honor here. Our school has been especially fortunate in the immediate re- wards that come to college debating teams. The past year was j, lavish with us. Both our young men ' s and our young women ' s teams distinguished themselves by winning North Carolina Junior College Championships. Following this success, our school was admitted to member- ship in the North Carolina Intercollegiate Forensic Association, and Mr. Frank Houser, our student manager, was made vice-president of the association. Our debating schedule has changed in a corre- sponding way, embracing a series of contests with member colleges of the association and with out-of-state colleges. The season begins for us with a debate in our own auditorium on the evening of March 29. 1930, with Furman University of Greenville, S. C. I !
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-TJ Appalachian Literary Society OFFICERS First Term Second Term J. B. Lovil Llovd Turnkr President Guy Taylor Kelly Miles Vice-President John Donnelly Yates Heavhnhr Secretary MEMBERS Frank Houser Chivous Hoyle J. B. Love Burgwin Carter Yates Heavener Ralph Miller Durham Brackett Prentis Poplin Lloyd W. Turner James A. Glover Fred Carpenter Ray Alexander Roy Keller Malcolm Laxton Clem Lipscomb Kelly Miles John Donnelly ' Paul Mostfi.ler Herman Heaener Hoyle White Kermit Pendleton Julian Yoder Joe Goodnight Roy Ellison Loy Johnson rtiia Page Sixty-four ft • ad - R «FV-S!-ft;-ft-*-ft-;v-rt-Fy;t m
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